Brooklyn legend AZ finally delivers the highly anticipated sequel to his classic debut, twenty-five years after its release, displaying his immense growth as an emcee since then.
Buffalo’s finest trendsetter returns with the final installment to a legendary mixtape series.
The trusted formula Drake has constantly relied on turns stale, an artist stubborn towards change and in excessive autopilot.
Donda is a colossal playlist of joy, scattered with remarkable songs tainted by indecision and exhausting context.
Little Simz’s fourth album is a dreamy musical that crowns the rapper as the most talented artist of her class.
The underground’s most ambitious duo returns with another cutting-edge project.
Nas and Hit-Boy show that sequels can be better than the original, reinstating Nas as a cross-generational Midas.
Fredo’s second album in six months signals a fresh start, donning a skeletal shell of a man that’s still processing his traumas.
Harlem native, Dave East and Brooklyn-bred producer, Harry Fraud, come together to bring a new energy into the lost art of mafioso rap.
Logic returns with a half baked project that doesn’t do much except tarnish his acclaimed “final album”.
Isaiah Rashad’s return finds him reoccupying his lane of chilled out, lowkey hip hop.
Unknown T’s second mixtape lingers in cruise control, occupying the Homerton rapper’s usual Gotham settings.